Category Archive: bread

Onion Focaccia Tart

What to have for an easy, yet elegant appetiser for Christmas or indeed anytime? A simple onion tart of course! And what better than caramelised onions on a delicious fresh baked focaccia bread?… Continue reading

Easy Banana and Blueberry Muffins

Muffins are one of the easiest things to bake and as long as you don’t overmix they never fail. Banana and blueberry is a great combination and from deciding to make them to… Continue reading

Crazy Crust Pizza Dough

I got this recipe in a search for yeast free pizza crust, and there were a lot of comments about it being more of a flat bread.  But I wanted to try it… Continue reading

Camp Fire Bannock

This is a really quick, delicious bread that is great to be wrapped around weiners before they are cooked, or to be fried just as it is to eat with butter or jam… Continue reading

Irish Soda Bread

Most people say that Irish Soda Bread has raisins in it.  Well, maybe in your family it does, but in mine there was nary a raisin in any soda bread.  And never did… Continue reading

Second Day Stuffing Bites

This is a recipe I have been trying to make for some time.  But I could never seem to have any left over stuffing, despite the fact that I make huge amounts and… Continue reading

Meena’s Roti

I had the very great pleasure of learning to make roti from a wonderful friend, Meena, who owned a restaurant serving Guayan food. She makes the best hot sauce, channa curry and roti… Continue reading

Quick Yeast Bread

Along with the myriad of ribs I was cooking for someone, I was also asked to make bread.  Which they needed in three hours. O_O That time line knocked out the Artisan Bread… Continue reading

“One Banana” Banana Bread

I had one solitary banana ripening on the counter.  One.  Not enough to make anything with apart from a smoothie, I reckoned.  And I don’t have a blender… There had to be something,… Continue reading

Melba Toast

I remember when I was young, melba toast being something very grown up and sophisticated. Something my mother would make for dinner parties and serve with pate. Something that my sister and I… Continue reading